Re: [DML] R134a
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Re: [DML] R134a

400KG? As in kilograms? umm, NO ;)
You can safely use the same amount of R-134a as R-12. Normally you should 
use 90-95% of the original R-12 amount, but since our cars were at first 
using more and then the amount was lowered you can use exactly the same. You 
will find that your A/C will work great!
2.2 lbs or if you're metric just use 1000 grams (1kg)
Again, same amount regardless if it's R-12 or R-134a.
I've charged quite a few A/Cs on DeLoreans and they work great.

Good luck

Tom Niemczewski
vin 6149 (in Poland!)
Google earth: 52°25'17.30"N 21° 1'58.00"E

----- Original Message ----- 
> The workshop manual states how much R12 should be added to a DeLorean.  My
> local garage did a math conversion and said that 400KG of R134a would be
> comparable.  Is this correct?
> Does anyone know if this is right and if not what the correct amount would
> be?
> Chris Hawes
> Vin 5255

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